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Take back the midterms

The Marxists are going back to the virus well once more, this time to make sure the 2022 midterms can be manipulated in their favor ("New virus variant raises old fears, spurs travel bans," Page 1, Nov. 29). Anthony Fauci will tell us that voting in-person is out of the question and only mail-in ballots will be acceptable. That will pave the way for the political far left to print all the ballots needed to ensure that they keep the House. I suspect that storage units and back alleys all over this awesome country are already being filled with completed ballots, ready to be miraculously "discovered" when needed.

Ignore left's anti-Semitism at your peril

The centers of anti-Semitism in America are our college and university campuses ("Jewish leaders alarmed by rise in antisemitism," Page 1, Nov. 29). After decades of left-wing academia, with Saudi Arabia and Qatar spending billions funding 'chairs of learning,' is it any wonder our university graduates, who are today's policy makers and influencers, are as self-abasing and anti-Semitic as they are?

Aid-money malfeasance no anomaly

Massive fraudulence is commonplace in these massive bills that respond to such short-notice emergency requirements, from Desert Storm on through the multitude of bills driven by the COVID-19 crisis ("Pandemic unemployment aid landed in wallets of enemies," Page 1, Nov. 29). They are vaguely written and the objectives are poorly articulated and understood. Moreover, the short timelines make it impossible to establish competent fiscal oversight.

President Donald Trump arrives to speak at a rally in Washington, on Jan. 6, 2021. A federal judge has rejected Trump's request to block the release of documents to the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan on Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2021, declined to issue a preliminary injunction sought by Trump's lawyers. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) ** FILE **

Whiny Trump-haters are political revisionists

- The Washington Times

It takes a powerful historical revisionist to suggest Donald Trump's fans are ignorant and Trump himself was an anomaly. The fact is Trump's rise in ranks came because of the failure of these very high-brow types to see how their own political elitism was killing conservatism.

Not all are capable of reform

The type of senseless crime committed by the suspect in the Waukesha, Wisconsin, parade killing was ushered in by federal and local officials undermining our legal system and is what happens when you combine socialism, liberalism and criminal mentalities. Recently this country has gotten into a bad pattern of protecting the criminals and not the victims, such as is happening now.

Reserve release not the right answer

The announced release of 50 million barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve is the equivalent of about two-and-a-half days of U.S. demand. The reserves were put aside in case of an emergency, such as a war or a natural disaster. The move to release them now is aimed at reducing high gasoline prices., but there were other answers to easing prices at the pump.

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